Joint Marine Modelling Programme
The Joint Marine Modelling Programme (JMMP) in the United Kingdom coordinates work at the Met Office and Natural Environment Research Council on the development and evaluation of configurations of the global ocean, sea ice and North-west shelf using the NEMO model.
JMMP is responsible for providing world-class and easily accessible national capability modelling infrastructure and configurations to support the UK’s scientific research and operational prediction systems for ocean, weather and climate. This includes operational oceanography, weather prediction, monthly to decadal forecasting and climate projections.
JMMP is led by a management group whose members represent the Met Office, National Oceanography Centre and the British Antarctic Survey and is overseen by a governance group who can allocate resources to JMMP.
JMMP has an underpinning programme of configuration development and support on scientific and technical issues to end users of the ocean configurations via a core team of staff and is a component of the Joint Weather and Climate Research Programme.
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